OUR CLASSES

What we will do to stay safe

In all that we do, we will always comply with State-issued executive orders and CDC guidelines. As you are aware, these can be complicated to interpret, so I have kept in close contact with our legal counsel to ensure all decisions we make are within both the letter of the law and issued guidelines.

We will:

  • Take the temperature of everyone coming into the facility. Anyone with a fever or displaying symptoms of being ill will not be admitted.
  • Only students and staff for this production will be allowed in our facility during rehearsal.
  • Follow all enhanced hygiene and handwashing protocols.
  • Place students as far apart from one another as we can. We have plenty of space available to maintain safe social distancing.
  • We will encourage everyone to wear masks whenever possible. We will record the show without masks.
  • We will sanitize the facility both during and between all rehearsals.

These safety measures may be adjusted according to changing guidelines.

We are still unsure if we will be able to have performances with live audiences. All shows and demonstrations may be through live streams online.
All classes and productions are subject to minimum enrollment. If we do not register enough students, a class may be canceled, moved to another time, or combined with another class.

In this course, students will learn the basics of acting technique within scene study including:

  • Stage Terminology
  • Crosses and Turns
  • Exits and Entrances
  • Improvisation
  • Listening Skills including Scene Partners
  • Study of Method Acting within Scenes
  • Exploring Character Development

In this class, we develop acting skills concentrating on theatre games and ensemble scene study. Students become familiar with working on stage with fellow actors incorporating method acting skills. This class is available for all students at any level in their process.

In this course, students will learn in-depth acting techniques including:

  • Advanced Improvisation
  • Listening Skills
  • Exploring Character Development
  • Concentration and Focus
  • Relaxation
  • Physical and Vocal Awareness
  • Study of Method Acting within Monologues

In this class, we develop more complex acting skills concentrating on exploring characters and working on individual monologues.   Students will learn to explore combining language and physicality to create profound characters. This class is available for all students at any level in their process.

In this course student ages 18+ will learn the basic and advanced acting techniques to help them begin or develop their process.

This course will include:

  • The Psychology of a Character
  • Making Strong Connections to Material
  • Discovering Elements within Text
  • Understanding the Playwright
  • Performance of Piece
  • Advanced Improvisation
  • Listening Skills
  • Exploring Character Development
  • Concentration and Focus
  • Relaxation
  • Physical and Vocal Awareness

In this class, students will learn how to develop acting skills constructing on acting games, scenes, and monologues that incorporate the art of method acting.

In this class, students will learn the technique of contemporary dance with in the world of musical theatre. This class will include:

  • The technique of Contemporary Dance
  • Execution of Across the Floor Technique
  • Listening and Thinking Skills
  • Dance Combinations

In this class, students will learn the technique of tap dance with in the world of musical theatre. This class will include:

  • The technique of Tap Dance
  • Execution of Across the Floor Technique
  • Listening and Thinking Skills
  • Dance Combinations

In this 60-minute high-intensity aerobic fitness dance class you will get a full-body workout.

In this Winter Springs Performing Arts vocal-based class, Soundscape, students will learn the basics of harmony singing, sight-singing, and understanding vocal technique while coordinating with movement. Students will sing popular contemporary selections from Broadway musicals such as Hamilton, Dear Evan Hanson, The Prom, and much more!

Explore the Elements of Improv in our improv classes. You will learn some of the core fundamentals and principles of improv, focusing on various games and exercises that encourage trust, communication, agreement (“yes and”); active listening, character, status, and making your scene partner look good. Through this class, students will achieve personal growth and self-confidence that will help them to excel in other areas. Improv is a great tool to enhance skills in working with others, problem-solving, developing confidence, and a creative style.

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